SOLD and being raised for the Persinger Family! - Beauty - Brown Mackerel Tabby & White Female - Born November 22nd
If you're looking for the perfect package of a cute face, distinct tiger striping and you love those white Puss in Boots feet, Beauty is for you. Not only is she an attractive kitten, Beauty is from two of the sweetest cat parents we have. The temperament of the parents is one of the most important qualities that we select for to provide your family with the sweetest kitten. Then we compliment that temperament with rich socialization. Our children have latched on to Beauty and involve her in their playtime. Beauty is being carried around the house, getting used to the kids, the vacuum, the dog and all of the other sights and sounds that occur in a home. This is our last kitten litter of the year and we thank you all for your love and support.
With a birthday in November, unfortunately Beauty won't make it to your home for Christmas. If this is a gift for a loved one (or for yourself!), we'll take a few holiday themed pictures, usually with the kitten peeking out of a nicely wrapped box. We'll do everything that we can to make their arrival at your home special.
Target release date is around the last week of February. For more information, please write to KatlinaSiberians@gmail.com.
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What will a brown mackerel tabby & white kitten look like when it grows up?
While every kitten is unique, it can be difficult if you're new to the Siberian breed to understand what your kitten will look like. Here is a set of pictures of Hobbit, a brown mackerel tabby and white (male) that was born a few months ago at our home. Hobbit went home a few weeks ago so he's not available. But looking at his picture, you can get a good idea of what your kitten may look like.
When you look at Hobbit, you'll notice the features that are associated with the Siberian breed: prominent ear tufts, a stocky build and a rich thick coat. A mackerel tabby has narrow stripes that run in parallel down their sides. This is what some people refer to as a “tiger cat.” The body has narrow stripes running down the sides in a vertical pattern.